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P.A. theatre director switches from comedy to drama for upcoming production Maureen Pepper was first introduced to the 1958 Edward Albee play The Zoo Story around 10 years ago. The Prince Albert theatre director said she’s been keeping that play...
Up to 3,000 visitors expected to attend annual artisans’ show and sale Lorri Wiberg says the Evergreen Artisan Market is more than just a trade sale. “It’s a happening. It’s an event… This is an artistic, creative venue where anybody coming...
Country music show shines a spotlight on young musicians from around Prince Albert Following a “successful” inaugural outing, the Prince Albert Country Music Association (PACMA) is holding its second annual “Tribute to Country Music” show. More than 20 musical acts from...
Mann Art Gallery curator hopes to foster curiosity at Impressionist art talk Mann Art Gallery director and curator Jesse Campbell is giving a presentation on French Impressionist painting at John M. Cuelenaere Public Library On Tuesday, Nov. 1 as part...
Californian old-time country band makes first trip to Alberta and Saskatchewan San Francisco country music band the Vivants touched down on prairie soil for the first time this week, and so far the experience has been “pretty awesome.” “We’re going 50...
Artist Annette Henbid returns to Amy’s on Second for first solo show since 2009 Local artist Annette Henbid held her first major solo exhibition at the Prince Albert restaurant Amy’s on Second seven years ago. She has exhibited her work at...
Regina singer Brenda Lee Cottrell pays tribute to the chanteuses of the 1960s Brenda Lee Cottrell was raised in a musical household. Her father sang and played accordion in the local Saturday night dance band while her mother was always playing...

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Wesley United Church choir records first album; proceeds to fund church projects Fans of the Wesley United Church choir will soon be able to listen to the group’s music on the go. The choir gathered at Wesley United Church on the...
Local musicians hope to raise $1,500 for needed St. Alban’s Cathedral refurbishments Church fundraisers are music to Ken Lyons’ ears. Lyons and his group the Menfolk have been playing together for the past 13 years. Over that time they have performed...
More the 500 dancers from across North America attend 18th annual Northern Lights Casino Thanksgiving Powwow Hockey players aren’t the only ones who get to show off their moves at the Art Hauser Centre. This weekend the arena played host to...

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